Akai Timbre Wolf Analog 4-voice Polyphonic Synthesizer

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The Timbre Wolf is a polyphonic 4-voice analogue synth with a novel approach to how the voices interact. Featuring a single VCA - either square or saw - each voice is run through a 4-pole low-pass filter with resonance. The filter for each voice is modulated by an envelope, which can be shaped by dedicated decay and envelope amount knobs.

The aforementioned classic parameters can be tweaked to quickly dial up fat, great-sounding analogue but there's much more under the hood once you get beyond the basics. Individual voices can be tuned slightly or radically different from each other and played independently, performed polyphonically in a "round robin" style or in unison, where all four play at once. With individual outs for each voice, the potential for all sorts of creative routing and mixing is unleashed.

Features:

  • True analogue 4-voice polyphonic synthesizer
  • Configurable as 4 mono synths, a 4-voice unison or a 4-voice polysynth
  • Independently customize the sound of each voice as you play
  • Gate trigger In/Out, for triggering your sequences via modular synths, vintage sequencers or external sound sources
  • 32-step sequencer for each voice
  • Professional-quality 25-key custom Akai Pro keyboard

To learn about the technical specifications, download the user manual here.

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